Crochet Mason Jars
Crochet Mason Jars
Crochet Mason Jars

Crochet Mason Jar Cozies

Introducing the Crochet Mason Jar Covers by Yarnspirations. A super cute idea for decor, not just for outdoor or spring, but for any time of the year.

They can be used for storage containers, vases and possibly LED Candles. While you could technically use a real candle at the base of the mason jar, the 100% cotton can handle the heat, I wouldn’t recommend it. However, if you substituting the yarn for anything such as plastics, animal blends or acrylic, you may potentially have a hazard on your hands. So just use the LED Candles that are easy to find and save the fire risk. We DO NOT RECOMMEND using real candles.

There are 3 sizes in this pattern. Each of them is similar to each other. There is what is referred to as a body pattern. The small works through the body pattern once. The large goes through the body pattern twice and if you haven’t guessed it by now, the third pattern is the body pattern 3 times.

Keep in mind to put the jar inside the cozy near the end of the project as it’s permanently inside. Refer to instructions on which rounds you should slide the jar in.

Yarnspirations Patterns
Crochet Mason Jar Cozies Pattern

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There are 3 tutorials. One for each size. Small, Medium and Large.

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13 thoughts on “Crochet 3 Sizes of Mason Jar Cozies Pattern

  1. I drink from a quart jar with a handle. It sweats like crazy! Any suggestions/patterns for a cozy that would work with the handle? Thanks!

  2. What sizes in cm or oz are each jar. I have jars 7cm on the bottom, 15cm high and 5 cm lid. What size jar cover would fit

  3. I’m glad I saw this on your site because I downloaded from yarnspirations the pattern and made the small one which fits the jelly size jar but the pattern when printed does not give you the warning about using acrylic yarn and real votive candles. It also does not indicate when to put the jar inside. I had no trouble with the small one but I did use acrylic yarn. I will use cotton and led votives.

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